We are pleased to invite you to our upcoming show:

In to through out

opens 15th August, 2 – 8pm

further dates 16th, 20th – 23rd August, 2 – 8pm and by appointment

SPOILER

Quitzowstraßse 108, Berlin. U Bahn Turmstr. 

www.spoiler.zone

Anka Helfertová 

Deirdre O’Leary

Katrine Hoffmeyer Tougård

Lewis Miller

Martin Remus

Paula Carralero Bierzynska

Robert Lakomczyk 

Shelley Tootell

A publication accompanying the exhibition will be available.

Air, liquids and energy flow – both outside our selves and our control, and in systems of
our own and of our own making. In In to through out, eight artists investigate flows,
pressure, fluctuations and gaps in the system. Reverse gargoyles, ventilation systems,
satellite pictures, miniature gardens, protective layers, transparent penetrations, the
scent of wet burnt wood.

You are cordially invited to our one day group exhibition:   

Dein Footprint
Heizkraftwerk Steglitz
Birkbuschstr. 40 12167 Berlin
June 14th
12 until 8 p.m

The thermal power station in Steglitz, built in 1910, is blown over by wild plants. Four artists are looking for the tracts that reunite nature with the postindustrial society. In her sculptural work, the artist Maria Jooyoung opposes mass production in a wild animalistic way.  Philipp Dachsels paintings humorously distances itself from the learned reality, turning upside down botanical drawings, news photos and personal memories. The handcrafted aerial point of view from landscapes and the city of Berlin in Paula Carralero Bierzynskas reverse glass paintings exposes the contemporary view of satellites, which perceive us and our environment as data. Lukas Liese transfers ways of digital communication and behavior in social networks in stone reliefs creating a tension between archaic material and current content.

Corona rules will, of course, be respected. A limited amount of visitors will be allowed to enter the space at once, but you can have a drink or eat something in the garden while you are waiting.

Everyone will be asked to keep the distance, to practice good coughing and sneezing etiquette, wear a mask inside the space and wash their hands in advance. See you there! 

Paula Carralero Bierzynska

Philipp Dachsel 

Maria Jooyoung

Lukas Liese

I am pleased to invite you to my first solo show:

Heizkraftwerk Steglitz
Birkbuschstr. 40 12167 Berlin
May 30th until June 7th
12 until 19 p.m
Thursday closed.

When Paula Carralero Bierzynska visited the art collection of the Banco Santander’s financial city, she discovered a collection of thousand-year-old olive trees, that had been replanted in straight lines from their original environment into this new area. Thinking of the financial accumulation and the migration movement of late capitalism, she created Paradise Lost, an installation of reverse glass paintings that she produced over several months, following the seasons of the year: monocultures of pines, olive trees and palm oil trees, and one final painting, Spring, which is both hope and promise at the same time: How can technology be brought into harmony with nature? Will technology survive us and be appropriated by the natural world? 
Corona rules will, of course, be respected. A limited amount of visitors will be allowed to enter the space at once, but you can have a drink in the garden while you are waiting.
Everyone will be asked to keep the distance, to practice good coughing and sneezing etiquette, wear a mask inside the space and wash their hands in advance. See you there!